Ms. Cecilia Olusola Tribble
Cecilia Olusola Tribble is a musician, composer, arranger, critical thinker, writer and arts and cultural educator and critic. She has almost 20 years of arts education, artistic and liturgical consultation experience. She has made art of various mediums and consulted for artists and culture makers all over the Mid-South, New York, Chicago, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, the U.K., Australia, Mexico, and Argentina. Tribble is currently serving as the Community and Organizational Development Coordinator for Metro Arts, Nashville’s Office of Arts and Culture. She leads Racial Equity in Arts Leadership (REAL) program in partnership with the Curb Center of Art, Enterprise and Public Policy at Vanderbilt University and the Restorative Justice and the Arts partnership with the Juvenile Court and the Oasis Center. Because Olusola is deeply vested in empowering folks tell one’s story, she loves being able to serve Nashville in this way. She has a Bachelor of Music Education from The University of Memphis – where her concentration was double bass, a Master of Theological Studies from Vanderbilt University Divinity School, and a Master of Arts in Performance Studies from New York University (Tisch School of the Arts). In her spare time, Tribble loves to blow bubbles and jam to music with her son.